Re: Function in WHERE performance issue
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2009 09:25:19 -0500 (CDT)
>> select /*+ first_rows(1) */ aa.*
>> from geo_location aa,
>> geo_blocks b
>> where aa.locid = b.locid
>> and ip2number('192.168.1.1') between b.startipnum and b.endipnum;
> It's a question of bounds.
> Just add the additional condition
> and b.startipnum >= to_number(substr('&ip_addr', 1,
> instr('&ip_addr'), '.') - 1)) * 16777216
> and you should feel the difference. No need to create a FBI on
But I haven't created an FBI. And while the addition of the above to the WHERE clause does cause a sub-second return, reworking the statement to:
select /* first_rows(1) */ aa.*
from geo_location aa,
where aa.locid = b.locid
-- and ip2number(:p_ipaddr) between b.startipnum and b.endipnum and to_number(substr(:p_ipaddr, 1,instr(:p_ipaddr, '.') - 1)) * 16777216 between b.startipnum and b.endipnum
...does not. While somewhat faster at ~5s, it's not sub-second.
> And, please, remove the hint, it's ugly.
I'd love to. I only have one hint on one query on this system and it's for an outline. However, without the hint I get an FTS, which I know isn't necessary, based on the sub-second response times I can get by changing the predicate. Removing it would certainly be ideal.
I'll probably be running this statement in PL, where I can parse the IP via the function and then pass the result to the SQL via bind, so my question is more academic. But I'm having a mental issue of generalizing the situation so that I can apply it to other future issues like this.
Thanks for the ideas!
RichReceived on Mon Jul 13 2009 - 09:25:19 CDT